Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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Google Chrome’s newest feature might be their best yet

Google Chrome's newest update is one we've been waiting for. That's right: Muting autoplaying videos by default. Read more: Here’s all the data Facebook and Google have on...

Gmail’s new update could include self-destructing emails

Details about Google's new Gmail redesign have leaked, which reportedly includes a feature that would allow you to set a self-destruction timer on emails.  Yeah,...

Here’s all the data Facebook and Google have on you—and it’s a lot

More and more news is coming out following the massive Facebook "data leak," and as users delete their accounts in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal,...

It’s Mar10 Day and Nintendo has a special update for Google Maps

It's March 10, aka MAR10 Day, and Nintendo has a little something special in store for Google Maps users. Read more: Nintendo is bringing back...

Google’s “Dog View” feature lets you see street view from a dog’s perspective

When you're traveling in a new place, it's always best to have a local show you around. What's even better? If that local is...

Google search result pages might look different soon

Google search result pages might be getting a new look soon, as one Reddit user is pointing out. Read more: The “View Image” button on Google image searches...

The “View Image” button on Google image searches is going away

It looks like Google's beloved "View Image" button—the one that comes in so handy during image searches—is going away forever, due in part to...

Google’s new “Reply” system could text your friends back for you

Google's experimental product lab is reportedly testing a new system called "Reply" that will auto-reply to your messages—and it's Black Mirror-esque, for sure. Read more: A guy stole...

13 weird auto search results on your favorite artists

It's no secret that Google offers search suggestions as you start typing in the search bar. "Google Suggest" or "Autocomplete" has been available on...

Facebook, Google, Netflix and Amazon take a stand for net neutrality

Some of the biggest tech companies in the United States—Facebook, Google, Netflix, Amazon and more—are fighting back against the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision...

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